Carnival of Creative Growth #19

Welcome to the Carnival of Creative Growth #19. We have another interesting and varied collection of offerings for your enjoyment in this edition.

I do appreciate those bloggers who link back and Stumble, Digg, and otherwise promote the carnival. I keep that in mind as I sort through the mounds of submissions.

One other note, I have been seeing more blogs that after I start to read the post, a drop down or slide over box lands in the middle of my vision, demanding my attention for subscribing to the blog or whatever.

This would be as if someone walked into my gallery, started looking at a painting, and I walked over and shoved a clipboard in front of their face, demanding they sign up on my mailing list.

If I ever did that, they would immediately walk out. So do I, when a blog treats me that way. You won’t find any of them on here. So enjoy!

Creative Personal Growth

Praveen presents Tao of Simplicity: Where is Your Stone? posted at Tao of Simplicity. This post is simple and wonderfully to the point.

Lexi Sundell, that’s me again, presents Shirley. This is a post I wrote about an artist friend of mine who passed away almost 12 years ago.

Samuel Bryson presents The Power of Music – The Link Between Musical Ability and Intelligence: posted at Total Wellbeing.

Edith presents How to Stay Focused posted at Edith Yeung.Com: Dream. Think. Act. I was amused at this one because I had three screens open at the time, but that is the easiest way to review articles for this carnival!

Anmol Mehta presents Free Online Guided Meditation Techniques E-Book posted at Mastery of Meditation, Enlightenment & Kundalini Yoga, saying, “A collection of profound meditation techniques to help you live your life at your highest potential.”

David B. Bohl presents What Everybody Should Know About Time Management and Getting Things Done posted at Slow Down Fast Today!, saying, “You’re just working harder and faster, without seeing any real change in your life, at least not any positive change. I suggest that what you need is…a way to slow down.”

Akemi presents Someone Who Believes in You When You Cannot posted at Gratitude Magic

Tupelo Kenyon presents Is Food Your Medicine or Poison? posted at Tupelo Kenyon. This lengthy post addresses some important facts about our foods and how we eat.

Pat Ruppel presents That Special Someone posted at Plain Talk and Ordinary Wisdom.

Maria Palma presents Creativity: Lessons Learned in 2007 posted at Salon de Maria Blog, saying, “As an artist, I learned a couple things last year that has been instrumental in my personal creative growth.”

Alex Blackwell presents And a Side Order of Positive Attitude, Too Please posted at The Next 45 Years.

CG Walters presents Find Your Center: Find Your Peace posted at Into the Mist, saying, “Of all the practices… the most consistently powerful method is that of “centering”—bringing yourself to your true energetic core—to what you are before and beyond your familial, societal, and egoic restructuring and reshaping.”

Warren Wong presents The Value Of Our Parents posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, “Describes how the our parents give us a sense of meaning and purpose in life.”

Lucynda Riley presents Where did the image of grusome halloween witches come from? posted at The Witchy Woo. This post has great images of witches and gives the history.

Mike Remer presents Wish Exercise wasn’t so Hard? | My Path To Fitness Blog posted at My Path To Fitness Blog.

Peter S C presents What Are You Doing That’s Different? posted at I will change your life . com.

Creative Business Growth

Tali presents How Do Small Blogs Make It Big? – The Story of Search for Blogging posted at The Marketer Review, saying, “How do you grow your small blog? A case study.”

Matthew Paulson presents How to Start a Small Business and Fail Miserably At It posted at American Consumer News.

Louise Manning presents Effective leadership revisited posted at The Human Imprint.

Fred Black presents Honesty posted at Fred Black: Internet Business Blog..

Creative Projects

Christine presents Finding the Right Job for Your Teenager posted at Me, My Kid and Life: An American Single Mom Living in France.

Elsom Eldridge presents Create and Publish Your Book NOW posted at International Guild of Professional Consultants and Coaches.

Creative Thinking

Danogo presents Pushing the Limits of Creativity for Personal Development and Business Innovation posted at – Discover. Inspiring . Media, saying, “An overview of the creative process and the importance of it in developing personal and business innovation.”

Justin Duval presents – K’s Crash Acquaintances posted at The Dark Grin, saying, “An article on the different avenues of life.”

Mitch McDonald presents Sell Your House And Rent It Back: Avoid Foreclosure posted at FYI

Many thanks to the writers who submitted to this edition. For the next edition submit your blog article using our carnival submission form. Past posts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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5 thoughts on “Carnival of Creative Growth #19

  1. Mike

    Some excellent blogs in there. I am really enjoying “Tao of Simplicity” and “Honesty” by Mr. Black. Have a great day!

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